EMRFD Message Archive 1763

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1763 2008-07-01 18:02:32 wb7dmx digital scope
I am thinking about buying this scope and was impressed by what all it
can do, I like the fact that it also works like a spectrium analyzer.
I knkw it is limited as far a bandwidth is concerned but for what I
will use it for, mainly hf frequencys on my test bench, it should be ok.

I am looking for you guys thoughts as I have a high respect for your
ideas and work.

thank you for any replies.
1764 2008-07-01 19:17:19 Graham Haddock Re: digital scope
Which scope are you referring to? It is not obvious from
your email.
1765 2008-07-01 19:23:51 bob bailey Re: digital scope
dummy me, I forgot to include the link.


this should work now.

thank you

1768 2008-07-02 08:19:44 John Shepherd Re: digital scope
Looks like a useful piece of equipment - if you already have a computer on
your workbench, along with the space for it.

It's comparable to the stand-alone Tektronix TDS 210, which was introduced
10 to 12 years ago, and was recently discontinued. That originally sold for
about $1,800, but recent close-outs were in the $800 range. Occasionally,
you can get them for about $600 on Ebay. They're light, compact and
accurate. See:


If you don't already have a workbench computer, the TDS210 would be a good
alternative, although it won't do spectrum analysis..




1769 2008-07-02 08:19:54 Paul V Birke PEng Re: digital scope
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